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Webinar: A digitally supported, person-centered, integrated and pro-active care system

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April 9, 2019 @ 4:00 am - 5:00 am

Intended audience: Everyone interested in the future design of health care: Patient representatives. Decision makers in health care from high level to front-line workers. E-health deicison makers – from high level – to ICT operational organizations.

About the Webinar:

  • Public health measures are successful! We are growing older all over the globe.
  • The silver tsunami poses new opportunities and challenges. The elderly person wishes for a great life while living with multiple longterm-conditions.
  • The new multi-morbid patient does not fit in a care system historically designed for single condition acute care.

This webinar will look at:

  • Why do we need to change our care systems to meet the silver tsunami.
  • How do we make the transition? Principles for person-centered, integrated and pro-active care.
  • How does digital support fit into this picture?
  • A community of change – how to learn from one-another?

Learning Objectives: After this webinar you should be able to:

  • Understand the concept of the good individual patient pathway.
  • Recognize the key characteristics of a Person-centered, Integrated, Pro-active patient pathway.
  • Understand the potential of e-health support in producing good patient pathways.

Presenter: Dr. Gro Rosvold Berntsen, (MD, is professor at the Norwegian center for eHealth research since 2009. Berntsen’s research is focused on technology assisted quality assurance, patient pathways across care boundaries, integrated care and person-centered care for patients with complex and long-term needs. She currently leads a portifolio of research projects focused on large scale transformation of care towards digitally supported person-centered, integrated and pro-active health services.

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April 9, 2019
4:00 am - 5:00 am
Event Category:


International Society for Quality in Health Care



From Our Community

Agnes Black

Director, Health Services & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation – Providence Health Care

Agnes Black

It’s really hard to make changes in health care. When a PVN patient partner says, ‘This is important to us’ it keeps us grounded on why a change is needed and keeps us motivated to keep going on projects.